The Miami Dolphins wrapped up their third and final week of organized team activities with another strong showing by the defense and areas of optimism for the offense.
The NFL season is just three short months away and teams across the league are working hard during their voluntary workouts.
Quarterback Josh Freeman notes at least one benefit from being out of work last season — he’s well-rested.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano has been shown the door. Schiano and Mark Dominik were fired Monday following a 4-12 finish that left the team out of the playoffs for the sixth straight season.
For Warren Sapp, it will be a night to remember — one the embattled Miami Dolphins and winless Tampa Bay Buccaneers aren’t likely to forget, either. The 2013 Hall of Fame inductee will have his No. 99 jersey retired and become the newest member of the Bucs’ Ring of Honor.
After nearly ending the Seahawks long home win streak, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers get to play the role of spoiler again, when they welcome the Miami Dolphins to Raymond James Stadium for a Week 9 Monday night NFL showdown.
The losses are mounting and the winless Tampa Bay Buccaneers are running out of explanations for why their season has gone sour and what they can to do to turn it around.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers got tired of waiting for a trade to develop and have decided instead to outright release former starting quarterback Josh Freeman, according to ESPN.com.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been struggling to get anything going right on the field under head coach Greg Schiano. So, the former Rutgers coach has decided to move on from starting quarterback Josh Freeman to backup quarterback Mike Glennon, according to CBSSports.com.
The Miami Dolphins’ first-team offense started strong and finished fast. The in-between needed work.